Look out Saturday morning for the dot survey to add your voice to this growing project! We will be outside the Post Office again in the morning from 10am.
Chris Redwing will on hand to explain the categories and how they correspond to the 2003 Philmont Comprehensive Plan. Your input is needed! The survey closes on June 30st - so don't miss out on having your voice counted.
Survey ballots 4-15 to 5-18
For those who haven't yet visited the project, the Center will be open this Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm where Chris Redwing, our intern from the Rockefeller College of Public Policy at SUNY, will be at hand to explain the project and welcome your input for D.E.V.E.L.O.P.
creating a road map of ideas for increased SUSTAINABILITY
community ballots input 4-1 to 4-14
Discovering how public policy for Smart Growth & Sustainability
meets rural communities
Locally Grown Food
Arts & Trades
March 31st to June 30th
Hours Fri-Sun 10am to 4pm
113 Main St. Philmont
(corner of Summit and Main St)
A community-based project developed with Chris Redwing, our intern from the Rockefeller College of Public Policy at SUNY to produce a community sustainability interactive map, a new web site, and take another look at the
2003 Philmont Comprehensive Plan as it relates to sustainability to DEVELOP
Sustainable communities are ones that are environmentally sustainable, economically viable, and socially just .